All the Colours of Darkness: The 18th DCI Banks Mystery by Peter Robinson (2008-08-07)

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    347 thoughts on “All the Colours of Darkness: The 18th DCI Banks Mystery by Peter Robinson (2008-08-07)”

    1. Good read, but usual Banks characteristics get in the way ie Pages on his music and music collection which I find distracting from the story.


    2. J aime la fa on dont Peter Robinson crit ses livres Il y m le une certaine forme de po sie, puis revient aux faits sordides d un crime o tout est expliqu avec bien des d tails L humeur des protagonistes, et surtout du DCI Banks J ai lu beaucoup d autres crivains Mooney, Grisham, Connelly entre autres, mais Robinson a une forme bien a lui de nous amener au r sultat final avec toute la gr ce qui lui est propre De plus il d crit superbement les endroits du Yorkshire o il a v cu et qui nous donne en [...]


    3. I love Peter Robinson s books generally I guess he needed to have a spy novel to knock out of his system and this one was okay However, Banks is getting annoying How long is this mid life crisis going to last Between his drinking, mopping over his playlist and obsessing over women young enough to be his daughters, he s getting less and less likable I was always rooting for him to get back with Cabbot She seems to bring out the best in him But he needs to grow up I felt like I was reading about [...]


    4. I ve been reading the Inspector Banks books out of order This is my fifth book and I ve finally decided it would be beneficial to read them in order Mr Robinson does not include very much backstory to catch you up on what happened in the past I m usually a bit confused about the relationships Just a head s up that you might want to read them in order.That said, this was a very good read This was entirely different story structure in that the murders that take place in the beginning are rapidly e [...]


    5. In All the Colors of Darkness, Peter Robinson s 18th crime novel, Chief Inspector Alan Banks and Detective Inspector Annie Cabbot are dealing with the suspicious deaths of two men, lovers, one of whom was a spook, a spy for MI6 It s always fun to accompany Banks and Cabbot on an investigation because they are fully realized characters Robinson gives a lot of interesting details his pub scenes are always absorbing and a fine sense of place, especially London in this book Banks is witness to a hor [...]


    6. I know it s not the popular opinion, but I thought this was one of Robinson Inspector Bank s best The plot moved smoothly along Banks was at his best or worst, depending on your point of view in being incredibly stubborn and unwilling to listen to authority, which ended up costing a life But when you review it in your mind afterwards, the ending was too pat and some of the doings were just too unbelievable So I can understand the critics But while reading it, it flowed like a smooth river and I [...]


    7. Once again I enjoyed this novel and look forward to the next one What is wonderful is I am not bored with either the characters or the plots yet Well done Peter Robinson.


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